DIY Wreath Centerpiece Using Fresh Greenery and Candles

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DIY in a Day brings you step-by-step instructions for easy projects that will spruce up your space — within 24 hours (or less!).

If you want to feature a natural, earthy centerpiece for the holidays, there is something so beautiful about using fresh greenery paired with long tapered candles. This table wreath can look amazing as a focal point on a dining table, on a fireplace mantel, or on a credenza. Handmade wreaths are simple to make and such an great way to stretch your creative skills.

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Step 1

Use a hot glue gun or craft glue to adhere the wood candle holders to the wreath form.

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Step 2

Make small bundles by mixing together various pieces of greenery. Tie off the ends with a little bit of wire.

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Step 3

To attach the greenery bundles to the wreath from, simply glue the pieces with a bit of hot glue. You will want to cover the entire wreath form base. You can first attach the bundles, and then place single pieces to cover.

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Step 4

Add some leaves as a final touch.

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And then place taper candles into the holders.

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